The Bill bows out
The Bill bows out tonight.
After 26 years, the final episode of the long-running police drama is being screened and the sun will set on Sun Hill.
It began in 1984 - with just 12 hour-long episodes but by 1988 the programme was switched to three half-hour shows a week.
There have been 2,400 episodes, featuring then unknown actors such as Robert Carlyle and Martine McCutcheon.
Over the years Sun Hill station has been blown up 3 times but with audiences falling steadily in recent years, The Bill is finally being axed.
The last ever storyline is about a teenage girl involved in the murder of a 14-year-old suspected gang member.